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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 December 1922

Iipp^ii1 iypniwr^g^ i!,i,"i""1 ,ipppipE1win n ifi_JImniiiiiii^p^ppfpip^ vol. 40. No." 189. 16 PAGES TODAY ROANOKE, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY afternoon.' decemrrr 9 p b i << k- * h r k B (jbntr ,- *?*?? * ?! || r ? RUSSIANS ARE NOW TAKING PACIFIC VIEW Prospects For Agreement Or Controversy/' Over Contrni Sand Freedom of Bosphorui and Black Sea Grow Brighter As Soviet Representatives Assume More Tractable Stand?Question ol Holiday Adjournment Jio\ Yet Decided. Lausanne. Dec. 9.? (Br The Associated Press.)?Optimum reigned supreme In Lausanne todar. toi the Near Kast conference bad weathered whit ?? ? - most difficult session to date, lame! Psaha'a statement of tbc > Turkish views on the Dardanelles situation and ths report brought from L>ord Carson on behalf of the Inviting powers, resulted In a general clearing of the conference atmosphere. Turkey has apparently broken sway from Russian control, and Foreign Minister Tchltcherln and bis associate*, ...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 December 1922

I ^ ROUTINE MATTERS' -WORE COUNCIL Petition* apd Reports Make ^Up Most of Session Held f . Yesterday. Adrift ?r routine .huainere Wan ?by (it* < ?*r. 1'etltlona and report* ?.-?>'.?111ot. fr ot the l>u?':ir?s of llic aflcr B von. A colored delegation complained of alleged ic4 of an officer and. B ttpon (J)* motion 01 . in .>n .T. \V. It tlomer. the mutter *w?? laid < % < r fori B lavoatkautioi.. K/ ' Ss*llB)oi \\\ \\ 1N?* Irv r< <ju?*trd I en improvement on Wellington avc???. South Koanokc. liHwr.n Third |Ma Fifth streets. rmt aid*. The I' HMyiny b? rsprro nu-d agtc<-d to pay II the coat of a ba?r macadam and halt the coat of a i urh and gutter If I 'the city Would put thr top coat on eat year, KeirrrcJ to the city nianC t|tr- ( Mr. Lanford asked Council for an Improvement <sn Knrbal. Avenue, and 53 y Lynchburg Koad N. K. City Manager Hunter was aaked to look after It. ?l A ...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 December 1922

| UST MOTS NEWS | IN BEDUCIM6 GLASS (By th? Auo?l?t?d Prm) Irish laborltea in new parliament denounce Free State (or Ssecutlon of four Republican leaders and Ml of terror la feared. _ Astoria, oldest city In Oreaoa. la wen by (trs eauslnr tats eetlmated loss of two (Mi hur 4 re da homslsas and business section la ruins. Friends oI prohibition take Heart i at President Harding's announce* raent of Intention to call early ooa(TAID ADTNOtniEXENT) A Plain Statement December tbe ?th. 1111 To tha Members of tbe Cltjr Council a# title men: > We. tbe undeaslgned, representing tbe Colored cltlsens of Iloanoke , City. Virginia, beg lease to present It to yon tbe following facts and pray your consideration of tbe same;? STATE Or VXROINIA CITY or ROANOKE, TO-WIT:? This day personally appeared beIfore me Jaoob U Held, a notary "public iu and for tbe city and State aforesaid. Miss Bertha-Tieaursoa to me personally known, and who by me being first duly sworn deposetb ss follows:? Tbat o...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 December 1922

ii social an: MRS. J. W. S] /I Office Honrs: 9 to 10 A. M. 1 " A P?r? Kor 'today. K' " ? arch la beauty'* bow. ' And on lip'airing th* light ELT I? M*? A thaft of living ?iuu HE-5**?* 'or far-winged iimht. ajaOe. Attrhe'r'of the skies, r, .. I^eou down, send down for us jv/'A aonir of beautv m it flies Aa Sana Theocritus. Kf.' A aona. IndtHl, that we i ?ar grasp and echolna pour Out of our souls In witchery At thia world Uincr door. ' ,? ?K. McK. Mradsmra l.ary and HlaSord I'arkr litre Keeeplloti jg> ? Prominent atnoiik the social cvcnti of tho week was a reception itlvei BfrMterdey afternoon by Mrs I-ac; Parker and Mrs. Ptafford l'arker a rtftldfnct on Uny Avenue, ? K Th? entire lo*fr (luur was beau * tilled with yellow and whlto chrys !' Bthswums and myriads of can [ Jff Kllests Weil' Invit'd from foil p. Vr mix o'clock and during thos< P hot) r? tha parlors *tr? filled will callers. In the hall *rro Mrs, Gooch VauK w nan find Mrs.. L?. Owen Key. and in tfii ...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 December 1922

< 1 *\ . /' 1 ' V, ' t 1 \ Gift8 That You May Select From Silks * . or Dress Goods j Mother, sister. Wife or Grandmother will appreciate a - I ]\\S . ' pattern for a drees,. coat, skirt or bloase. - We have a eoin. I - plete stock to select fropt this week had will gladly Vive you *; k * * y / our b**t service. We ere suggesting a few of the materials hero but a VJ1 i visit to this section wll reveal many others and many are offered at special prices. Crepe de Chine Poiret Twills rSv-V A never ending list of gifts t* to Inches wide, and F. v\iy/y may be made from this soft specially line quality and - wflStAv clingy Crepe de Chine and shown in last the wanted i we have a most wonderful shades, muffin, tan, browq, J|/>C display of varying colors; navy and-black. Yard? - * and you will find the quality fftnbdff to fa .4H unexcelled anywhere. Price A , Ht Range ffl.no to 92.9* . _ \j.' New Stripe Skirting f Printed Crepe de Chine . ? ncbes wide and regu* larly $3....

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 December 1922

t Pf E ' I F ' * ' h m * ^? mm ?*s1 |Hn Roanoke World-News M- 1- x&aa ? : I .. . BOAJIOIE. Y A. , I . ; nMtoM Ofnr Dijr Kxcrpt Suwly 1 B ^ ?fcY? I Br- WVBS WORLO) COIU'OK \TIOH. OttlKm. KMtiokr. V a. I tyxii * p. Kisiiia KN ~ Kri:mr I ttrmberu of I I A?*"0** Kewnxpcr I'utv'irfirr*' A?wi?tl<'n I r OMwru kfinpipn1 PuMlahrra" Aitwuliun Th? AHOciitnl i'rrM I Btirrau of Circulation I AnWtlt.1 ITra# raclualrtljr eoI *'wN to lit* UN for rcf>uhitc*Uon Of all I I **** aoatchea credited to It or nop otherI f Wlia credited fn thi* naper and aleo lb* local I KlWN RUbliah. .1 hrrr i If . rORKIGN RKl'R KSKNTATlV K I HHMMl4B>trt. Lie , ?? York and Chlcnro ^B9KMTM? * -r**toffi^r- it t* "Vrrrrrn. ^^K,* ? Ifttwd C i? Man *ATK9~i>"ain AM V: II (MU l?fr weeit |>.ij?l>c to carri-e ^ f 97J&O per year pajahte at ttic oOli-c. t. t BY MAIL ? rear . . , ?" 00 Col/, ill moatha .5 .'.30 > BaQ/. thrat mntuha tt....

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 December 1922

? SHf*Urn '** _ "" (Published b; Editor ' AMlitaat ^TwiLUA*' i'ARKU. f IXOT0 x i Many Matters Are Considered At Assembly <* The Safety Vint proposition and the Jr. Red Cross ware presented In s new light to the students of Koanotes Hi. at ah assembly held yesterday at Roll Call. (Enthusiasm for the "big game." Monday, was also worked up. Mr. MsQullken Introduced, first of all. Captain Klndervster of tho local police force, who talked to the students frankly and In a friendly manner about the Importance of Safety * '~>lany things about the work and * operations of *the police are not - known generally." he. explained. He I - -then told of the various acrlbus nils? demeanors that they had to combat. emphasising particularly the fQolhardlness and seriousness of of "Jay Walking." -The older boys may be given sn opportunity to act aa 'police aids.' i soon." the captain also asld. "The ^ police officer la your friend and you should always feel free to chit upon hint ...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 December 1922

BssIk tKK|ep; 8S || At the D*c*mbcr ir i" i". L'Wiin??Mj!i|i ol the T!t :.s. > M n mine Music Club, given u?. tin > ^BWMtlnK Thursday M * Of unusual ?" * HDdtrtd. Whlli ! ur.it Jsiui not correspond i ti.> r... m : ^ Hog (rum the RUlOXyr. i. d gups vtete ! T Several Matters ? f ? t f orr the cluh .Mrs ! . r Iw local anil 8tat. run the second Mi It the llelii.r.-t Hlend n report ?n l?. bui: ^^ Iftee. wliii i HBilntnicr chairman. cat- > :>< ' .1 JliKCmetit for u filled l...n.?. HIH tea. Frieda llctnt"-! ^BnMsy cveuinK HlAvdttorlum.. L Mux. tycrnpcl l.t p-i!n-s !.e ! ' Bmiown locally of an> ^BIt>ooke<t for the tvlnt#-: *.,ii>s I ninori' or lews pesnnal tmi? ^Dadteil to her know 11 a'.il.t > i s c er jn ay easily ma'it Iter recital 1 ^ MMr event of the ?. n 1 m t 1 looking that the final t tin rt h ^HhlMr and Canals In Juti.nary itfrnorfwr* I-t \? ? i ulr respective in...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 December 1922

. ! v MISSOURI SEES OU) OUTLAWRY H AFRESH Exploits'of Jesse Jamei and the Dalton G&nf Emulated By Modern Bandits With Old-Time Color. Mr IMWlM a. Tlesley (International N?wi Service Staff Correspondent.) Kanaaa Cltr. M?.. Deo ?Missouri, itamplnr around of Jesse James and bis crlmsan riders, tba I>alloa |tti| i and the Touiiatrs and many l. ser I.Khts of post Civil War banditry pparsntly la experiencing a back* nash of criminality follotvlna un oibcr areat war. History, in tha "show me" Kt.-te, seems %o be repea.lnr Itself. Tml tatOrs of the fa?nous oanIk. hi>k lory aaaln ride tksjps<lr and kills , scaring tra|? robbVlra and tank hoid-upe in all tke old-time flare and klory, except that the swiftfooted horse has alveu way to the tpeedlna automobile. This is their sole concession toe the twentieth L century. All the rsW of the old i*w Kalla of the historic outlaws Is present?the "elx-ffim." the mask, the stealthy rather In a of the (ana, th...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 December 1922

1 Br | s en [ WAYNESBORO MAN I HEADS GROWERS R. G.'Vance Elected President of the Stat* HorticultiR ral -Society | LAUDS THE INSPECTION; Declares Society Has Estab-' lished Better Vredits Basis With Banks I rCharlottraxI < - The txx ..r, - j I tjr-aeventll annual r>.il t he j | Virginia >'la;e 11 or! ieuit-.ii at S ? !? ty adjourned ??. .if., r u three-dav g. . The foil XvliiR pfii'TH and director* j were elected . i t*. n* i:t ? jt-ar: f., President. 15. a; Va:i.-<. Uayties. boro; eecretary. \t I' .\f.tegey. -of YV lltchra! t r. -< ' V' . \V?> df CruttL I ' ; i ll. M. Hotter uf Lincoln; T N Th' . < f llnrrl onburK. II y. Mnniiuiw. of I'lmerdale; J> J[. i; y'.at U. of M.igalo'g I Mills: H. L It-nh iri-. "f <*hlM..nvle. ' and L>r A V\. I'r.iu.ard. of Ulaehsburg. T?? Addrrxtrx Delivered. There xxwre l?o address'? this ' TnornliiK'g session, th" hr?t on "\\ hat 1H> Y...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 December 1922

. I YQUWl What "S and Ways to By ROYAL 8. ? Commissioner of fk U. S. Senator-Elect 1 EVEN though the outdoor bmthin ia poaMblo that you maynotie chart* from ont aide of your it rata diaaaae of tho nasal riaoaca. h water which la at all polluted ma] this region. Prom his study of ai has always hauwu about-the nasal i a long time before their importance . was understood. The bones of yonr face are bed ?hsek bens, at the base of poor noes, i tro entities which open into roar nose ta the "nasal accessory sinuwa" . - The largest of these boUaw-place 1 cheek-bone, on each side, is one of 1 hlg hmors." or simply as the "antrum."< Over Met eye la a csvltr ia the bone of your forehand. U Is places between the outer nod Inner layers of your skull. I. U Is called the "frontal slnaa." la heraed animals, this carlty extends up fete the horu- v At (be base of your nose are a eerles cf spa pes, sot unlike honeycomb. These f are the "ethmoidal cells" or >1 mi see. Bach of them...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 December 1922

w -m j , TWBLVft A PRESEN B T UK WORLD NEWS ClaaMfleO <J?eett?in? rmt"? 7f llo* I^"? . eountmc ? to the line * 9M Dt?pJ*.? Mt per IneP Kf All cl?*>lRrd ?r?Tt?ln? ttrlrtly Bfcf. * ?tk Id ?J? ?r>c? Rpeeitl c??0 r?te? to .one term ?d eertle* rt >o t?p|t<-?t . n Cut CD'.lti *CCOQiP%C7 ft.I OUt Of I I E- to?r* orOtrt j* j Mlftciftftftifl^tionft rot permitted i ?ati or &<*% * ftc*d upr ! All ?d*crilaanicO. ov:?l rraco tha I t?u?nc?? oliir b? ? .111 s> 01 for I publication atil b.ljrrf.y. I b? b p m I'HOSE 3MC CHRISTMAS GIFT SUGGESTIONS r*- GIFTS "Foil HKIl. CAN1>\ ? N??rr.5 >..a>o?r; m ii.'l lVkacr? . 4Tv?-_i Irani ?? >r W ?* o. j Aru ill 0 Cu >T. Cv j>%4 W ^A?piv!: A* i. KUCCTIUC Ro^l Cleaner [ la lac- u:!; ? t . ** i:.* rK>u?>*bniu 1 laCMi'*. F;?r 1 ? tu : ?: r a iDv: . Kk i.i.ilwxiW a.* J*r*v! u>:v ?I...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 December 1922

I SaMST I AT GEORGETOWN I ' r I Students From The Old DominI ' ion Will Hear Weekly LecI tures On Law _ I Waohlnittnn. L?vc. S.-?The firet Riveting of the Virgin!* Lew Club. Georgetown Unlveteity. win held on H November SI. ISIS, to organise * e?r* lee of weekly lector** on Virginia. Lew. The social eld* of the organ* I Iretlon will not be neglected. .... ......w .? >' wawi, ?ui>nai d Old Dem'nlon A??(ltmy, Berkley Hprln|i, W'Mt Virginia, apent two years at laalern Collegi. played football, I basketball and baseball at all Hirer Inatitattoua and waa a member of debating societies. Hhl|.e is now In hla third year. a mam bar of Sl*ma Su Phi Fraternity. tho Virginia bar. and special aaalntant to the United States Attorney - (Jena ra I. . ? Secretary. J. Allan Williomr. f.uray. graduate Washington ?li?h Hchoot. Coast Artlilery 8cnoota Fortr?r?e Slonrue. and Steward's f'.ualnesa Portage. W*?hln?'on, IT. ?*. Three k.' yaara St tho University of Virginia, and a member...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 December 1922

IE BETTER \ IN NOVEMBER Xeport Shows Increase of ; Thiry Per Cent Over Same | Month In 1921. '. _ New Tork. Dec. ?'Sp.vlaM?! IMplwltl* contract* awarded during Rovtmbtr In the t?r^ .? t. n NorthIt Starrs ml h include uboul tbree-fourth? of the total conatrurUfn In the country) amounted t.> ^ jPs??S S,000, accord!" p to the F. W. Company. This total la only per cent under the October fla'dre la 80 per cent o\<r that tor NoVember, 1821. ssestaentini furisl'uo! n startefl In 'Xo?*iebfr imi'UMt.i Ji.'''. tt'-s.one. or Si per rent c f the month'* t< t.?1. Tllla is the lar?<*t future for residential bulldlnK eported *trice last June Other important Item?- In the November record were: $29.93$.""'*. or 12 per cent, for hu* nee* I"; .1. nc >. |M.242.000. or 12 per cent, f, r industrial bulldlnK": and or u Cent, for public work? and utlllConatruetlon started durinir the first 11 month* of this year ha* amounted to $3.1 Thi* I* 4S per cent...

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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 December 1922

I Market and F MIXED PRICES ON : STOCK EXCHANGE R Conflicting Movements of I Traders Bring Abont Ups I and Downs?Hopeful Over I London Conference. I Uy JHumrl r. Wnl. I (Fy Special Leiitd Wire to The I Rwaokt World-News. > N?w York. D*. t.?Today's stock Market was a mUlur* of fraak buii ln( la tarn* direction* and profit taking In others The result was a mixed series'of price chances with no treat amount of chance ?It her way. Prices weal .higher at the opening, but fell bask some-.bat In the last bottx of trading. . It could not ha said that outside matters cut much ftcure jn tire VarlI ' oua movements of th?. day. The Catharine of premier's at L.ondn;i to diseata German reparations and Inter-allied debts waa reasrded In financial circles rsther hopefully. In view of the reported modifications of the French attltud*. Tb<-se certainly I make It appear that the present conference haa much better chance of aecoreplishlna stupe thing than any of }te predecessors. ...

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Page SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 December 1922

r I >[ i ^ | y?. i BRYAN'S WEEK! | p P? A Tender Rebuke?;< ? By William Je \> ... "Two Lessons From the Fife of Talk bv M HIV' i l.ukr 10: i*-?: B?- Now ll >atr.< a* th?y w<-M. and k certain ?nina' i . tt: <1 Marihx r* And the liad u r ta.lcd Ma i j, ? hla word. But Martha ?n? ! .^rod shout i id. Li ril dost tl "U i t ruri' that in; hid brr theref??r?* that ?h?* lu-lp n;*\ And Jesus at'.su ?-t< d aM halt! unto and troubled m ho at m;u>v ?h:r.n* Hut one tlimi; * rn?d(ul: and Mar MP/. ahall not be tak?n kwh\ from h*r. m But w?>o ut'to >..?i I'hir.M.h! f?.r j of hi'i-htt ntttl t,:(vv . t 111 < 11! tt t n t lift! t have done. and not t I\? the other Woe unto > u. I'i jriti for >e It (oguna, and 6r?ttini?* 1,1 the markets. J. " \\ ut unto yuu n tu>tk and I'harise whicli up pour not. uiol the men tliat or *7 _ ' - And us he s....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 11 December 1922

VOL.40.?No. 140. 82 PAOE8 TODAY ROANOKE, VIRGINIA. MONDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 11. 19Z2. P R I tt b' T HB B^U K M T ! REPARATION! MEET SEEM! IN DEADLOCK t ? Poincare Takes Flat-foote Stand For Proper Guaran tees Before Granting Mora torium to Germany?Con r ference of Premiers Expect eu 10 Adjourn to Preven I Open Ruture Between Eng \ land and France?Prospec of Agreement Remote. ' London, Doc. 11.?(By The Ai sociated Praas.)?The conferenc of Allied premiers, called to at range the basis for'an Allied flnah clal and reparations conference i; Brussels, has broken clow a. It era announced at six o'clock this even tag that the premiers had takei adjournment nhtil January two. London, Dec. 11.? (By The Aa soctated Press.)?Adjournment- o t the premiers' conference tonlgh foftatght days In order to-avert ai - opelksppture between Kngtand am Prance over the question of Qer a reparation*, nu b?cn vlrtuall; decided upon, it was learned today The British cabinet rejected th msasuros of force for...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 11 December 1922

m B pSoi Ipi s AHocutibn At ConsistIpory Prays For Charity To-I Kjjtards Unfortunate Peoples Mbnii'. DM .11 \ o/?_ Mod Prw*.)?In his allot usiun at ^gMBeaiatory, I'ope r . > i. :reil Pike nfertuue at Genoa and Hfkr meetings, ?sm r: ' lie Ould reiterate to Hi'- tort do ming MNla eonferono- ) , station ? kfl Genoa delegates 10 consider t medtos or the sad conditions of 1 nany ! the world's people?. He Hi that con/erencct. b as tin roposed Brussels . meeting. ?<t* and likely, to rue. "bitter >M dangerous reappoint rrtcnt unHt ' the Government* d<\ :di '1 t.> ttnper justice with charity, nth* Ceremony ci:rr< : I" tie hat! ; f tlte consistory in tin to . . t.S* MKjfce cardinals li\ li.u inlft delivered a nddn - In tn t ciferihlnK *hd praising ti-i.s,- win i i It intended t r.i ' n f Md ending wjtli tin t -udii i M* wherein the . n -.u* ' ' II r?d Uollego for If. arc Jt*w members of its I > i" ; - i V Kl*h? *art)...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 11 December 1922

I ' a I I ? ' i' - - - -ul j?" ?i - MORE IERRITORY f FOR LOCAL OFFICE ' VETERANS' BUREAU I Blue field Office Willilfo Closed I January 22?Ex-N3^rvice I. Iff An bajtic Trninpd Annoum aft tint hae been received at the United States Veterans ttu> reau of the Foorth PIstrM. which la located In this cltr. that the Blue* rleld office, comprising another dls* trlrt of the United States Veterans lturea^. will be closed January 2t. Bub-dlrt*let manager Montgomery statea that the Roanoke office or the Hureatf will handle all territory formerly handled by the Rluefleld offlee, which Includes, the following territory In Virginia:* Ru*id. Jluctiiinan. CarroH, Dickenson. Piles. OrsyRraytlM|Tn*eaeil7' Washington. Wise and Wythe counties; also aome ter, - rltoty In TV. Vg. Tfebabtlltatloh Officer 'Christie has returned from laxtngton - where he visited the sixteen men whom this bureau Is sending to Washington and T.ee University. AH of these men ' have done rple-ndl?T work, according . t...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 11 December 1922

I pffisfSs Peking Government Capituto Bandits By Taking Them Into Service. IVc. 11.?(r.y Th. As**)' I 4 Pre !?.> ?The territory of Kiuo- j IL w * j? n stMi. ii to t at I . Tr*tera*jr with ? Mrikinjr ;t<-h "f <er? uiony. The Chin. *.- flat f the firm I time in 24 years ..\.-r the dnilnlatrutton building. which h.tt> I 4nd used by th? and I R- the Jupmho- \> .?. ?] the ter PuunnK ine v. < : hi Rt of Kia'Th.M*, anil t!??- remain* | apanese tt.o.ps in the territory ' thousi/t.d sh.nttunc luM'fi iir^i here before the territory \*aeT oVfr, hint <"hfnn-Tlt.it. for-j from the J.u>.<publ ln? wa* j ent Ihyre wi-lM be ?i'< ircuhU he onlv pot*.bill! J" nf On Hirer 1* ' Japinf<<' ri'ut'i* .** taspielon* of Japan. _ Mlnlste'r Wjirm. r". 1"U:t ? r\ ie w. re- I peatedI y r\[.r<">M"! h - :< 1 11C > t< undcriiar.i] w...

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